Film

Film Review—Love Thy Nature

Film Review—Love Thy Nature

As the new film Love Thy Nature points out, we are really participants in the natural world, but are out of alignment with the innate tendency of life to create conditions conducive to life. Read More »

Health & Wellness

When Music Muddles Memory

When Music Muddles Memory

Music can be used for relaxation, stimulation or even transformation, but sometimes it can also be distracting and affect memory recall. Read More »

Community

Get Your LIB On

Get Your LIB On

The Temple of Consciousness pre-event for Lightning in a Bottle (LIB) festival in Bradley, Calif., rocked the downtown arts district Sunday, May 3. The all-day affair featured bite-sized snacks of LIB energy: great music and dancing, a variety of talks and workshops, yoga and fab vegan eats. Read More »

Culture & Media

Book—The Warrior’s Path

Book—The Warrior’s Path

This insightful work can serve as a guide for the practicing yogi in rethinking ways of putting time-honored precepts into practice, in yoga and in life. Read More »

Health

Testosterone May Heal More than Sex Drive

Testosterone May Heal More than Sex Drive

Low testosterone can contribute to Parkinson’s symptoms due to excess nitric oxide, an important molecule that transmits signals throughout the body but in high levels causes neurons to die off. Read More »

Fitness

Plyometrics: Get Stronger Faster

Plyometrics: Get Stronger Faster

Plyometrics taps into stored muscle energy to increase speed, muscle development, agility, cardio function, stamina and calorie burn. Read More »